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The Comprehensive Test was This Morning

In my post Comprehensive Test in Library Science I told you about my impending test. I took it this morning. I feel fairly good about it.

By the end of March I should know the results and if I will be putting a M.L.S. after my name in May.

Comprehensive Test in Library Science

The final requirement of the M.L.S. degree program at St. John’s is successfully completing a comprehensive examination. I am scheduled to take the test next month, so I have been a bit quiet on the blogging front. The test will include a number of essay questions, of which I have to select two from core areas, and the third from either a different core area or an elective.

The topics I am mastering in preparation for this test are information organization (including classification and subject headings), research methods, database design, library automation, and authority control.

Wish me luck and Godspeed!


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